Archive for February, 2013
Posted on28. Feb, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
Some people are natural-born risk takers. They’ve probably been accepting every challenge since those childhood dares on the playground. Try skiing down a black diamond the first time you strap on some snow boots? Sure! Eat one of those hot dogs that have been rotating next to the cash register at the neighborhood gas station […]
Posted on22. Feb, 2013 by Yvette Desmarais.
This semester I’m taking two classes, one which I’ve been looking forward to since I started the HI Master’s program at UIC. I’m taking an independent study course in which I’ll write a 3o-page paper on a health informatics topic of my choice. I’m working with my independent study adviser Andrew D. Boyd, MD Assistant […]
Posted on22. Feb, 2013 by Joe Lavelle.
Which reward do you think more employees prefer — an end-of-the-year bonus that gets tacked onto that second December paycheck or an enthusiastic sharing of “job well done!” in front of their peers? Would you be surprised to learn that money is not the more valued of the two in creating a sense of long-term […]
Posted on21. Feb, 2013 by Cassie Sturdevant.
I don’t what it is about 2013, but I have experienced more bad candidate behavior this year than ever before, particularly in the area of handling rejection. The fact that it’s only February makes me look forward to and dread the rest of the year. First, let’s review quickly what a recruiter is paid to […]
Posted on12. Feb, 2013 by Gwen Darling.
With the annual HIMSS conference right around the corner, many Healthcare IT professionals are scrambling to figure out how to swing this significant time and financial investment. I’m not talking about whooping it up in the Big Easy – just the necessities are expensive. Let’s take the very best case scenario and look at the […]
Posted on08. Feb, 2013 by Cassie Sturdevant.
As a recruiter, to say that I review a lot of resumes is a vast understatement. Thinking about that, I wish I had an accurate tally of how many resumes I have seen over the past five to six years. Whatever the number is, it’s a lot. Although I’ve noticed recently that with the advent […]
Posted on01. Feb, 2013 by Gwen Darling.
OFFERED BY: CIPE CONSULTING GROUP A Cipe Consulting Group client in the greater Seattle area is in need of a SharePoint Site Developer/Administrator. Key areas of expertise needed include experience administering permissions, creating pages, designing custom lists/custom solutions in SharePoint to meet business needs and managing data for queries and statistics. 50% of the role […]